Paramedic Services Week 2022 - May 22-28

Publication Date
May 23, 2022
Team of paramedics
News Type
Service and Information Updates

The theme this year of Paramedic Services Week 2022 is: The Faces of Paramedicine

Read down below and meet the members of our team and learn more about everything they do as we showcase the fantastic teams at Middlesex-London Paramedic Service, and how we work together to proudly support our Middlesex-London communities! Check out our Facebook Page for more updates during this week! 


Outreach Mobile Engagement (HOME)

HOME is an award-winning, multi-disciplinary, multi-sectoral mobile response team with specialized training to improve the health outcomes and health equity of marginalized individuals in London who are experiencing homelessness, are insecurely housed, or are rostered with the London InterCommunity Health Centre. HOME provides primary care, harm reduction, support with substance use, basic needs, and wrap-around care services directly to individuals where they are at.  


Community Paramedicine for Long-Term Care (CPLTC) 

CPLTC is a non-emergent mobile response team with specialized training designed to work in collaboration with a patient's primary care providers to provide a range of community-based primary care services in the comfort of the patient's home. Community paramedics are authorized to perform a range of services outside their traditional role under the direction of a Medical Director, delegated by the patient's primary care physician.  

All Terrain Vehicle (Gator)

Operations deploy an all-terrain vehicle (Gator) that is capable of accessing patients in areas that are not accessible by ambulance. This unit has been critical in bringing paramedics to sick and injured patients that are off the roadways and into areas that would otherwise only be accessible by foot. This unit has been deployed through parks, trails, and conservation areas across the City of London and the County of Middlesex.

Emergency Support Unit Bus (ESU-Bus)